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The Little Giant of Aberdeen County – Book Review
There has been a nice trend of great debut novels this past year. Tiffany Baker is another name to add to your author’s to watch list. The Little Giant of Aberdeen County is her first novel but she writes like a pro.
The Nighttime Novelist Book Review
Finding time to squeeze in some writing after work, after dinner, or even after the kids go to bed can be a challenge. Author Joseph Bates offers great advice about the how to of writing and encouragement to find the time to get the book in your head on to paper/computer screen.
The Overnight Socialite – Book Review
Bridie Clark is an excellent writer who keeps the reader engaged in the story and makes you want to not put the book down! The novel is one up and down after another as we watch Lucy blossom from a country girl to one of the most sought after women in New York.
The Poison Tree Book Review
The Poison Tree is one of the best debut novels I have read in the past couple of years. Author Erin Kelly has really set the bar high for herself. In this novel we explore the world of laid back, free spirited college kids whose lives get turned upside down.
The Quality Paperback Book Club – Review
The Quality Paperback Book Club is a mail order book club that gives great discounts on a variety of books. I signed up for a membership using their Buy 6 books for $1 plus shipping and handling. Here is my experience with this.
The Storyteller by Jodi Picoult
Jodi Picoult is one of my favorite authors. I always get sucked in quickly into her storylines. When I went to the library to get my copy, i read 40 pages before even walking out the door.
The Travels of Annie T. Hastings – Book Review
The Travels of Annie T. Hastings is literary fiction at it’s best. The story is of Annie T. Hastings, a woman in her 70’s desperate to find the past she left behind some 40 years ago. The story is based on the travels of the author’s mother and the journals she left behind upon her death.
Themes in Women’s Literature
To help further define what women’s literature is and maybe spark a story idea for you, I have compiled some common themes and sub-genres in women’s literature.
Top 5 Books for Valentine's Day
My top 5 picks for Valentine's Day. Romance? Lost love? Or just steamy passion? What are my picks?
Torn by Julie Kenner
A review of the excellent Blood Lily Chronicles second book Torn.
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